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Old 06-07-2012, 05:52 PM   #1
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Default DOG-FOOD...DRY or WET......

What do you feed your dog ???...Can food or dry food...I mix-it sometimes but mostly dry...Science-Diet.....If I feed my shelty wet can food all the time he gets the squirts....You-Know....

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Old 06-07-2012, 06:04 PM   #2
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I feed Iams dry. I moisten it with a little hot water. Sometimes I put a spoonful of canned in their bowls with the hot water and make 'gravy'. I used to feed a very high quality dog food, like Blue Buffalo but I am trying to save some money.

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Earthborn costal catch. Used to feed our dog blue buffalo salmon, she loves both , but my dad switched to earthborn because it's less expensive. My dad calculated that Each dog meal was around $2.50 when we were feeding her blue buffalo!

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It is good for your dogs teeth to eat some dry food.

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Dry, cheap.

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Nutro dry.


Get her dirty, then clean her so she starts to respect you. When her trust is complete, she will serve you well for a lifetime!

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Dry. Wal-Mart brand.


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Dry soaked in hot water. Lol have to soak it, my walker hound barely has any teeth.

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I feed ours Honest Kitchen which is a dehydrated raw food.

Dogs love it anf since you rehydrate in warm water a 10lb box makes about 43lb of food...great for ravelling.

Also the emissions are less disagreeable

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I feed my dog a premium dry dog food with premium wet food once every two weeks.

Look at your ol Roy and science diet they are really trash food with mostly corn and fat in them.

I feed a mix of blue buffalo and evo my dog is in perfect shape has a nice glossy coat doesn't shed a lot and doesn't stink.

Wet food is bad for your dog if feed too much as it has lots of fat and calories. Plus it sits on the base of there teeth and promotes the build up of tarter and plaque which can rott your dogs teeth. I had a friend that killed their dog by feeding too much wet food and never getting their dogs teeth cleaned the bacteria got into the dogs blood stream from sours in the mouth and it died in a matter of weeks. All from feeding a diet of mainly wet food and not taking care of their dogs teeth. I also brush my dogs teeth once a month.

My dog is a family member so why shouldn't she eat just as good as my kids and I do?

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